This "behind the scenes" look showcases the effort that goes into EVERY season of The White Vault, framed through the lens of our miniseries: The White Vault: Avrum.
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Writer K.A. Statz
Director, Producer, Editor, Sound Designer Travis Vengroff
Sound Designer, Dialogue Editor, and Mixing Engineer Dayn Leonardson
Yiddish Translations by Allen Lewis Rickman
Georgian Translations by Lika Khukhashvili
Ukrainian Translations by Inga Kyrychok
Russian Translations by Erebusodora
Consulting by Professor Natan Meir and Allen Lewis Rickman
Featuring the voices of:
Yelena Shmulenson, Lika Khukhashvili, Sandro Berdzenishvili, Shota Svanidze, Giorgi Pruidze, Erebusodora, Suzanne Toren, Empatik, Allen Lewis Rickman, Anton Kolesnikov, Antidze Nana, Boris Bendeliani, Saba Khergiani
“Song of Avrum" – Written and Performed by Steven Melin, with Accordion by Travis Vengroff. Based on "Unsealed" by Brandon Boone
"Unsealed" – Written and Performed by Brandon Boone
"Unsealed - 2022 Remix" - Written and performed by Dayn Leonardson. Based on "Unsealed" by Brandon Boone
Cover Art by Kessi Riliniki
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Content Warning: References to actual historical genocide (1648)
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Laughing at the idea of a white vault musical! 😂❤️
So creepy and such amazing writing and acting! ❤️
Love the behind the scenes chat! Everyone seems like such genuine, awesome people. And the Islandic ghost stories were fabulous! Love you too, Eypòr! ❤️
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Loved season one of the White Vault. Very immersive. Very good detail, just enough to make it my before bed go-to for instant chills.
Why is it that the audio on the q&a episodes is so badly edited and rushed? I’m considering skipping them and listening after I’ve finished the series because the audio quality is jarring enough that I’m just getting frustrated.
can't make out anything
God I can't hear anything they're saying
Are Simon and Remy a couple?
-20° c. about -4°f, cold but not exactly frigid. -20°f, more cold. I still wouldn't think it amounts to a frigid polar night.
213 Comments?? Where's the other 200?
The first season was great, the second one quite good. I'm still trying to listen to the 3rd one. But either I fall asleep or I am being annoyed by the new voice actors, I just can't bring myself to continue. But I will give it another try.
very nice cover
Season 1 was brilliant! All seasons after cheesey tripe. Too bad. Had potential. Don't waste your time people.
Just love this series, looking forward to the next cycle. Atmospheric, gripping and extremely well edited, the multinational voice cast are superb.
Oof, Grahams suposed to be RUSSIAN? His russian is incomprehensible. Nor is his name at all russian...
Season 1 was brilliant! All down hill from there. Awful follow up sequels. Too bad, had potential.